A headline on The Verge says: “How to keep spam from invading your Google Calendar”. Easy: don’t use Google Calendar.
Saw the clouds lined up like this and it reminded me of a cobblestone road.
One of my all-time favorite movies, $4.99 on iTunes. Couldn’t resist.
Wolf Point, Chicago River, Chicago, IL This photo always had a 60s vibe to me despite the fact that most of the buildings in the photo were new when I took the photo. One of my favorites.
Ontario Beach Park, Rochester, NY near the lighthouse pier.
Lakeside seat. Normally this bench is a lakeside seat but after a particularly long bout of storms and flooding it was a bit out of reach. #vsco #vscocam #illinois
Started up a meditation practice again this month after trying out the Calm app. Really need the daily routine to just slow down for a bit, even if its only 10 minutes a day. One thing I find a bit frustrating, not just with Calm but the idea in general, is the attention to theContinue reading “Meditation Frustration”
Thankful for the fact that its overcast this morning. Hope it continues the rest of the day. Love the sunshine but sometimes its nice to have a break! But the cooler temps, the noise of the crickets, and the mist we’re having is making me think of Autumn 🍁. Looking forward to the cooler days.
As a bit of a follow-up on my previous article about using the Scosche Rhythm+ with iOS I wanted to do a quick write-up about using the Rhythm+ with my GPS/workout app of choice: Walkmeter by Abvio. Walkmeter directly supports a list of devices that unfortunately doesn’t include the Rhythm+. This wasn’t an issue forContinue reading “Using a Scosche Rhythm+ with Walkmeter on iOS”
This post is about the older model of the Scosche armband HR monitor but this very well might apply to the newer Rhythm 24 monitor that took its place. Up until recently I’ve been using the Scosche as a replacement for my Apple Watch (Series 3) HR monitor during workouts. It has better accuracy andContinue reading “Using a Scosche Rhythm+ with iOS”